Ms. Anita Mui Yim Fong（1963-2003)
Singer and actress Anita Mui debuted onstage already at the age of four, singing at the Lai Chi Kok Fair Amusement Park. At age 18, she won the Champion at the First Annual New Talent Singing Contest in 1982, paving her way to become a singing queen and then a movie star. She began her film career in 1983 and won the Best Supporting Actress Award at the Hong Kong Film Awards with "Behind the Yellow Line" (1984). Her multi-faceted talents were proven in the many different characters she was portrayed in her films. Her most popular movies include “Kawashima Yoshiko (1990), “Au Revoir, Mon Amour” (1991), “The Heroic Trio” (1993), “Justice, My Foot!” (1992), “Dance of Dream” (2001) and “July Rhapsody” (2001). In the film “Wu Yen” (2001), she cross-dressed as Emperor Xuan and Duke Huan of Qi. In 1987, the film "Rouge" (1988) won her the Best Actress Award at the Golden Horse Awards in Taiwan, the Asian Pacific Film Festival and the Hong Kong Film Awards. In 1997, she was awarded Best Supporting Actress again for her role in "Eighteen Springs" (1997) by both the Hong Kong Film Awards and the Hong Kong Film Critics Association. Mui was the President of the Performing Artists' Guild of Hong Kong. In 2004, Antia Mui was awarded the Timeless Artistic Achievement Award by the Hong Kong Film Awards.